Prep time: 10 mins

Cook time: 30 mins

Total time: 40 mins

Author: Food Babe

Serves: 4


⅓ cup chia seeds

2 cups nut milk of your choice

4 cups of diced fruit of your choice (for this recipe I used pears and strawberries)

¼ cup currants or raisins or goji berries

zest of one orange

juice of one orange

1 tbsp vanilla

¼ tsp cinnamon

½ cup shredded coconut

mint leaves for decoration


Add 1 cup diced fruit and a sprinkle of currents to 4 different bowls

Combine nut milk, chia seeds, orange juice, zest, vanilla and cinnamon in a small pitcher and stir

Pour ½ cup mixture on top of fruit in bowls

Top fruit bowls with shredded coconut

Refrigerate fruit bowls for at least 30 mins (or chill overnight)

Top each bowl with a mint leaf before serving

Chia seeds grow 10 times their weight in size when combined with liquid, helping the body stay hydrated and full. The word “chia” comes from the Aztec word that means “oily” — the oils found in this small little round seed is the secret to its health benefits. Having the most content of omega 3 fatty acids of any plant food, they fight inflammation in the body, reducing the chance for heart disease, Alzheimer’s, and depression.

Chia Seed Tips: Remember to store chia seeds in an airtight container. My favorite brand of Chia Seeds is from Nutiva because they 100% organic and I love their support for GMO-labeling… you can get a 12 ounce bag for much cheaper directly from their website (and they have a 10 dollar off coupon if you like them on Facebook! That’s like a free bag of chia seeds!)

Courtesy of “Food Babe”


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